Challenger Profile at a Glance
Meet Trinity Forestry Services Limited in Uganda, 2021 International Climate Action Challenge Eco-Champion award-winner!
#5 – Trinity Forestry Services Limited
Registered Challengers: Nyanzi Moses, Salim Onyango Teeko, Brenda Namubinu, Nalunkuma Angella, Kirungi Mercy
Mission: To encourage climate smart action and projects and solutions so as to create social, economic, and environmental wellbeing.
90-Day Challenge Period: September 1 – November 30, 2021
Hi there! Are you frustrated with the changing climate patterns around the world today, with too much talk and less action? Worry, no more. I’m Brenda, from Trinity Forestry Services Uganda Limited with a vision to create a climate resilient society, through encouraging climate smart action, projects, and solutions. Trinity Forestry Services has been part of the ICAC 2021 organized by Green Team Academy to help teams be the change.
I’m a Nature Corp, an agroforester, and environmentalist by profession and passion. We’re having a goal of planting a million plus trees by December, 2022. And yes, through the ICAC21 in the 90 days of the challenge, we’ve planted 23,366 trees with 50 farmers who engaged in a farmer participatory approach. We used agroforestry because we believe agroforestry is a nature-based solution that enables us to mitigate climate change as well as ensuring food security.
Come join us on this journey. Check us out on our website. You can join us on our social media platforms, Trinity Forestry Services Uganda Limited.. Thank you so much. See you there, Nature Corps!
During the 90-day challenge, the Trinity Forestry Services team:
Promoted agro-forestry through projects with farmers.
Held five community events.
Developed five partnerships including planting project support from Ebapreneur-Uganda, interns and guidance from Nyabyeya Forestry College, and National Forestry Authority for reforestation.
Became a One Tree Planted Ambassador.
Piloting a project to plant trees to offset emissions.
Planted 23,366 trees.
Improved economic opportunities for youth who learned to row tree seedlings from seeds and got jobs on local farms.
Re-established a tree nursery to provide tree seedlings and provide commercial opportunities.
The 23,366 trees include:
2,500 indigenous trees to restore Mpanga Forest Reserve with youth volunteers and other stakeholders on September 18, 2021.
10,666 avocado trees on 90 acres of land in partnership with local people who agreed to plant cover crops and legumes to improve soil fertility and prevent weeds.
Planted 10,000 eucalyptus trees in a 10-acre woodlot.
Planted 200 avocado trees for 1-acre lot.